THE MAKING OF THE MODERN KITCHEN
Laurie Taylor takes a look at the modern kitchen which is now the heart of many homes; the room where we not only prepare food, but also spend most of our time and most of our money on.
June Freeman is an independent sociologist and the author of The Making of the Modern Kitchen. She has interviewed 74 couples who bought kitchens over the last twelve months. She joins Laurie Taylor and Design guru and journalist Stephen Bayley to discuss her research.
This summer the Home Secretary, David Blunkett , announced the expansion of tagging schemes for offenders which will lead to an increase in the number that are tagged and the introduction of satellite tagging.
Laurie Taylor debates the role of tagging in our approach to law and order with Dr Mike Nellis, Senior Lecturer in Criminal Justice Studies, School of Social Sciences, Birmingham University and Tom Stacey, Director of the Offenders' Tag Association.
The Making of the Modern Kitchen
ISBN: 1 85973 699 8
Publisher: Faber and Faber Ltd
Dr Mike Nellis
Senior Lecturer in Criminal Justice Studies, at Birmingham University
Director of the Offenders' Tag Association
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